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index.htm vs. index.jsp

 
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Hi everyone, I am working on a small website using JSP/Struts on my local computer. The index page is index.jsp with a jsp tag to forward to call a servlet. Now I need to upload the whole site to a shared Tomcat host. It requires that the start page of my site must have index.html name. Does anyone know how I can implement this? How to automatically call a servelt in a HTML file? Thanks in advance. CY

Here is my index.jsp file (just one line)

<jsp:forward page="/homepage.do"/>
 
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Do you not have access to the deployment descriptor? If so, you can change the welcome file to index.jsp.
 
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